Formally Double Bonded
Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor Oxides, and Oxyacids
This page under construction, but many of the calculations are done!
This catagory includes HNO3 and H2CO3 and
other hydroxyl-oxides that require a double bond to achieve a Lewis
octet. Please see Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor
Oxides, Oxyacids, and Anions for other similar compounds, including
H2SO4 and H3PO4.
Hydride Parent Compounds (Unstable)
Double Bonded Oxides
Mono-Hydroxy Double Bonded Oxides
Mono-Hydroxy Double Bonded Oxide Anions
Double Bonded and Donor-Acceptor Oxides
HNO2 [i.e. O=NH->O
Double Bonded and Donor-Acceptor Oxide Anions: (Dissociate to Give H+)
Same as Mono-Hydroxy Double Bonded Oxide Anions, above.
Mono-Hydroxyl Double Bonded and Donor-Acceptor Oxides
Mono-Hydroxyl Double Bonded and Donor-Acceptor Oxide Anions: (Dissociate to Give H+)
Di-Hydroxy Double Bonded Oxides
Di-Hydroxy Double Bonded Oxide Anions
The hydrates of these compounds are the point of intersection with the
Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor
Oxides, Oxyacids, and Anions. For example, the hydrate of formaldehyde
is "dihydroxylmethane," and the hydrate of HPO2[i.e. O=PH->O]
is H3PO3 (phosphorus acid)."
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This work was supported by an Academic Research Infrastructure Grant from the National Science Foundation, no. 9512457.